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ABOVE Catherine Gould (née Waring) with Ruth, James,
and Anna Waring and Winton Eva 122 at the 1986 Great
Yorkshire Show.
ABOVE RIGHT The most successful bull from the Eva
family, Winton Equator 4, had almost 3,400 progeny
registered with the Herd Book.
LEFT The naturally milky and long living Winton Pel Eva 2
BFE RMX/RML.
Reading in 1971, before being ABOVE RIGHT Sold for 2200gns at the
purchased by Fred’s Twilight herd herd’s 1985 Sale was Winton Eva 55 VG
for 2100gns. In 1974 Equator 4 who went to the Inkersall herd.
stood as Champion bull at the
Royal Show and over the years he
RIGHT Winton Eva 54 EX90 was sold
sired in excess of 3300 progeny.
to the Leggott’s Cocklewood herd.
His existence was due to Richard
BELOW John Waring and Roy Castle
Beard, who was impressed by the
of the BBC childrens’ programme
Tredene Jan Alidema progeny he
Record Breakers with the record
had seen on his travels and sent
breaking Pel Eva 2.
two straws of semen to Winton,
with the advice to use them
wisely! They were used on the
dam and daughter Chrys Eva and
Pel Eva 2, a heifer coming from
the former which was also sold to
Twilight. Bulls from the Eva’s have
been sold to many herds over
the years, although Equator 4 is
the best known and infl uential.
However, he was never used at
Winton as Peter saw him as a
commercial man’s bull that sired
milky, strong cattle which could
have enough depth of udder.
Pel Eva 2 EX is the ultimate
demonstrator of longevity within
the family and was buried at the
farm in Pocklington when she
passed away in 1981. In 1965,
the fi rst year Winton showed
at the Yorkshire Show, she was
fi rst prize In Calf heifer, fending
off 51 other entries including
the Royal Show winner of that
year. She went on to fi nish
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